“Ender’s Game” MOVIE and book comparison

It’s been a while since I’ve seen a movie in theaters as awe-inspiring as this. “Ender’s Game” is a beautiful movie.

The book the movie is based on, was originally written as a short story in a science fiction magazine in 1977. As a result, it has a very classic and big-picture angle to it, as most good old science fiction does.

The movie follows a young boy, Ender Wiggins, as he goes through military training to battle against a hostile alien race. The movie focuses on how Ender faces his enemies, responds to authority and becomes a leader. Even a person as lazy as I can feel an overwhelming amount of ambition after seeing this movie. “Ender’s Game” is one of those movies that could motivate anybody. For this reason, “Ender’s Game” the book is on the recommended reading list for the National Guard.

“Ender’s Game” conveys something that not many modern books or movies use: that if you want to be the leader, you have to appease everyone, even your rivals. The one thing that stays with me from ”Ender’s Game” is the opening quote, “In the moment when I truly understand my enemy, understand him well enough to defeat him, then in that very moment I also love him.”

“Ender’s Game” is a movie you don’t want to miss out on. As soon as I watched it, I knew I had to read the book series. The one problem with the movie is that the story is rushed through. I personally don’t blame them. “Ender’s Game” is an old book, and the directors probably don’t have enough money to release a series of movies like the “Hunger Games” did.

“Ender’s Game” is one of the most inspirational things I’ve ever seen, and should be shown to everyone on earth.